New Georgia Brewery Laws = Longer Hours, Beer by the Pint, Food Trucks, Heady Good Times
Thanks to the hard work of our friends at Georgia Craft Brewers Guild, Georgia’s brewery operations laws are catching up to the rest of the country — starting this Friday, September 1, you can pop by and buy a pint or flight at the bar, hang out longer, get some food truck grub, and buy more beer to go.
That means we’ll operate more like a traditional bar than what you’re used to, although we’ll continue to offer the “tour” experience for $8 w/ three 5 oz samples. Rest of the pricing starts around $5 for a pint and varies depending on pour size and beer style.
For all the latest news on food trucks, brews and other brewery happenings, make sure you’re following our new brewery facebook page.
Taproom and patio are open
Mon - 4 to 8pm kitchen is closed, beers only
Tues, Wed, & Thur - 4 to 9
Friday & Sat - 11:30 - 10
Sun 11:30 - 8
Kick off Weekend
To celebrate the first weekend of new Georgia brewery laws, we’re throwin a shindig with live tunes from Packway Handle Band on the patio stage. We’ll be open 11 am – 10 pm with the band playing 3 – 7 pm. Sweet Auburn BBQ and Super Tot will be slinging food truck fare.
No admission fee, and the new pricing structure for beers will be in full swing – meaning you can buy beer by the taster, pint or flight, plus a lil something to take home and enjoy.
Get the full 411 on our brewery facebook page.